Disciplinary Procedures. Section 1 All disciplinary actions shall be handled in a fair manner and shall be consistent with the infractions for which disciplinary action is being taken.
Disciplinary Procedures. The employing authority should ensure that all employees are aware of the disciplinary rules and procedures that apply. All employees should also be aware to whom they can apply if they are dissatisfied with any disciplinary decision. These procedures should accord with legal requirements and with the ACAS Code of Practice and guidance.
Disciplinary Procedures. 18.1 An immediate supervisor may verbally reprimand an employee. The immediate supervisor may make a notation in the supervisor's notebook regarding the verbal reprimand. Written reprimands may be issued by supervisors (lieutenants and higher) subject to the Sheriff's approval. Copies of written reprimands, suspensions, demotions or discharge notices shall be sent to the Union at the time said notices are given to an employee.
Disciplinary Procedures. A. Any employee who refuses to submit to a drug test or whose confirmation drug test is found to be positive is subject to disciplinary action. Such disciplinary action is subject to the grievance procedures provided for through Article 9 of this Agreement and the Civil Service and Personnel Rules and Regulations.
Disciplinary Procedures. Any disciplinary action taken in connection with the Employment will usually be taken in accordance with the Company’s normal disciplinary procedures (which are workplace rules and not contractually binding) a copy of which is available from the Company’s Human Resources department.